ASC CDL mode

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ASC CDL mode

PostTue Apr 06, 2021 8:15 pm

1) it would be very nice if one more tab in the color is added with a true CDL Slope/Offset/Power/Sat that is exactly numerically and visually the ASC_CDL.
2) that the balls and ring do exactly that
3) that if i load a CDL it map to that and not Lift gamma gain....
4) that the numbers have the same precision of the ASC_CDL (1.000000) and not (1.00)
5) that I can click on a CDL thumbnail and export a single CDL/CCC for vfx
6) that if i load a gallery CDL it apply to the CDL tab and not LGG

This standard has been around for a while and we are starting to see more clients using resolve on set that want to grade in SOP/S and not in LGG/S.

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Today, if i set the contrast to do not [use S curve for contrast], the result correction CAN be represented in a CDL, and it should be represented. Now it is just ignored....
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Re: ASC CDL mode

PostTue Apr 06, 2021 8:20 pm

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Re: ASC CDL mode

PostWed Apr 07, 2021 5:36 pm

+1 - always for more direct one to one controls vs truncated translation.


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Re: ASC CDL mode

PostWed Apr 14, 2021 2:10 am

waltervolpatto wrote:1) it would be very nice if one more tab in the color is added with a true CDL Slope/Offset/Power/Sat that is exactly numerically and visually the ASC_CDL.
2) that the balls and ring do exactly that
3) that if i load a CDL it map to that and not Lift gamma gain....
4) that the numbers have the same precision of the ASC_CDL (1.000000) and not (1.00)
5) that I can click on a CDL thumbnail and export a single CDL/CCC for vfx
6) that if i load a gallery CDL it apply to the CDL tab and not LGG

This standard has been around for a while and we are starting to see more clients using resolve on set that want to grade in SOP/S and not in LGG/S.

-Bonus
Today, if i set the contrast to do not [use S curve for contrast], the result correction CAN be represented in a CDL, and it should be represented. Now it is just ignored....


I've always wondered why the contrast wouldn't get translated into the CDL (I never have the S-curve ON) when it looks like a very straightforward conversion.
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Re: ASC CDL mode

PostSat Apr 17, 2021 12:46 pm

Might have something to so with order of operations. If contrast adjustment is in essence power, but happens in wrong place, it can’t be represented in CDL.
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Re: ASC CDL mode

PostMon Apr 19, 2021 3:49 am

Hendrik Proosa wrote:Might have something to so with order of operations. If contrast adjustment is in essence power, but happens in wrong place, it can’t be represented in CDL.


no, straight contrast in CDL is Slope+Lift (no S curve)
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